Posts Tagged ‘Tasks’
GTD Nuggets – Quick Fix for Mental Fatigue
Mixing up things that represent different agreements with yourself creates mental fatigue.
Webinar on using Outlook for GTD
This webinar is on the essentials of optimizing your GTD productivity with Outlook.
GTD Nuggets – Fancy Features You Don’t Need
Once you realize that you only need to define your projects with the next actions on them and keep track of all that in a complete but simple set of lists, you won’t need to bother yourself with much else.
"Waiting For" Advice
Having a lot of waiting for items on my lists is part of the job, but at least I’m clear about my open loops.
Maker Vs. Manager: How I Schedule My Day
If you schedule yourself with maker vs. manager tasks in mind, you’ll find you can get more productive use from your day.
First customer review of the new GTD Managing Projects set
The first customer review of the new GTD Managing Projects audio set has come in and we wanted to share some highlights: In a nutshell, I am very excited to report this audio program is EXCELLENT! Imagine sitting in the room with David, Marian and Meg and, basically, they are discussing all of the best […]
The new "GTD Managing Projects" set is now available!
We’re excited to announce that our new 6-CD audio set on the GTD best practices for managing your projects is now available in the David Allen Company store. We’ve compiled all of the GTD best practices and common questions. It’s a great way to get control of your projects and manage them seamlessly–the GTD […]
When do you call something a project?
Here’s a sneak peak at our new GTD® Managing Projects Audio Set releasing soon. This new set includes 6 CDs chock full of a tips, tricks and education on the GTD models for seamlessly managing your projects. You’ll hear from David Allen and two senior coaches on the best practices and common questions people implementing […]
GTD Nuggets – Your Lists
Everything on my action lists is for getting done as soon as I can—otherwise they wouldn’t be on the list. – David Allen
David Allen on why sorting your lists by contexts even matters
There is never a moment at which you could do everything you’ve decided to to, simply because most of those actions require a specific tool or location. Context is also the first criterion that limits your options and keeps you from being reminded of things you simply can’t do. If you’re like me, and find […]